Monthly Archives: August 2012

Can Anyone be Like Jessie Robredo?

“The good doth men do is oft interred with their bones” (Shakespeare, in Julius Caesar). Secretary Jessie Robredo was finally laid to rest on August 28, 2012 in Naga City in the midst of a state funeral honors for him. … Continue reading

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Testimonies and Eulogies for the Late DILG Secretary Jessie Robredo

“For everything there is a season”, so goes the saying or wisdom of the ages so-to-speak. That plane crash off Masbate island, late in the afternoon of 18th August 2012, took the life of Secretary Jessie M. Robredo. Three days … Continue reading

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Facebooking at your convenience

With the immense popularity of the Facebook as a social networking medium, who wouldn’t do just this – to indulge in it in the longest time possible. And what about ‘energy drinks’ to bolster one’s staying power? Maybe a lot … Continue reading

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Trimming The Tummy Through Tennis

At first I was just playing tennis as a good way to exercise, sweat out some bodily toxins and the sheer fun of it. Then a bright idea came to my mind. Aha! With a waist thermal wrap around my … Continue reading

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An Occasion to Remember Sec. Jesse Robredo – a Fraternity Brother

My wife (Jasmin Sultan Mosaid) was one of those profoundly grieving at the sudden demise of Brod Sec. Jesse Robredo. She is the Municipal Local Government Operations Officer (MLGOO) of Kabacan, North Cotabato, one of the LGUs that the good … Continue reading

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Eidel Fit’r Celebration in our Corner of the World

The 2.1 billion Muslims in the world today (August 19, 2012) commemorate the day of Eid-el Fit’r in fitting celebrations in their respective communities and more often funfares and other forms of merry-making, not contrary to Islam, are included to … Continue reading

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For Love of Tennis

My first feel of the tennis racket and ball was in mid-2004 when a friend enticed me to try a new pastime – lawn tennis. At first, I must admit it was seeing men in white tennis shorts that lured … Continue reading

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